According to Jefferson Lab, an average 70 Kg person, that's about 150 lbs, will have approximately 7*10 to the 27th atoms in their body. That's 7 followed by 27 zeros (7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000).
The number of stars in the Universe, which is estimated at 10*10 to the 21, or 10 followed by 21 zeros. (10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000).
So you can see that there are way more atoms in your body than there are stars in the universe.
Many sources say that the average human has 100 trillion cells in their body. So, one cell would be 1/100 trillionth of your entire body. I've also heard that the average cell contains 100 trillion atoms. That means your body contains roughly 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 atoms.
the average human body has 32 teeth!
There are .000373 grams of blood in an average human body.
There are approximately 1.5 gallons of blood in an average human body.
There are actually about 50 to 75 Trillion cells in the average human body.
The average human body consists of approximately 100,000 billion cells.
In average adult human body there are 206 bones in total
according to scienceforgeeks.com, there are around 125 bones in an average human body.
8 in a average human
On average, 60%
There are many millions of platelets in the human body, but the number varies with a person's size and blood volume
30 to 50 trillion cells make up the average human body
Simple math; there is 120,000 drops of blood in the average human body.
The adult human body contains an average of fourteen to eighteen square feet of ...
In an average body. 20. 10 for the fingers. 10 for the toes.
About 10 gallons
The human body produces an average of 5 to 10 ounces of basal tears each day.
100 trillion (approx)
50-100 trillion cells.
Average adult is 9.7 pints
Oxygen is about 63% of the human body by mass. Oxygen is in many biological molecules, but most of it is in water. Numerically, hydrogen atoms represent 63% of all atoms in the human body. That varies too, because many of the hydrogen are abound up in water and water content varies. Water by itself can be 63% of the mass of a human. (It varies with age, gender, muscle and and body fat, but is 55-65% for adults and more for children.) As one can see, many things are 63% of the human body.